The Diamond/Harbour/Bell Group
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The Diamond/Harbour/Bell Group Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
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  • Link
    The Diamond/Harbour/Bell Group website
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Installation & Maintenance

7 jobs


Salary estimated from 33 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 22 reviews and is evolving.



Journeyman Heavy Duty Technician in Edmonton, AB
on 28 June 2022
Not the worst place I have ever worked. Most co-workers are very friendly and willing to help. Union operated so usual job security with that. Would work there again.
Technician in Edmonton, AB
on 3 September 2021
Horrible place to work
Management do not care about their employees. All they care about is the bottom dollar. Zero loyalty to customers and employees. Very poorly run, the head office is very self absorbed.
Shop Technician in Edmonton, AB
on 21 June 2021
Stay clear
This company which is like most only cares about numbers and profits with no care about quality workmanship or customer satisfaction. There is absolutely no support from supervisors or training (unless you sign contracts) and helping out other techs is strongly frowned soon. Safety in this company is a joke, it was non existent until the government made a law and forced companies to have a safety program, and it’s still a joke. Expect to work with minimal shop tools and the ones that are supplied are 50 years old. Lots of favouritism and backstabbing, NO coffee breaks, just look out
Heavy Duty Parts Technician in Lloydminster, AB
on 7 October 2020
Fun and AMAZING Christmas Party
I was a formal Parts Technician at the LLOYDMINSTER branch and my Parts Manager was amazing/awesome. Best Boss ever. I regret leaving there and would definitely love to get a second chance if I could to go back there.
Heavy Equipment Technician in Edmonton, AB
on 21 March 2020
very pleasant coworkers but very poor ownership/management
as large of a company as this one is, i enjoyed my day to day workday with my direct coworkers and leads. I was introduced to the union and was able to learn a great deal. With this company i was able to expand on what i know and was even granted the ability to complete my education through my own support. The issues began to arise about 6 months into my employment, and the true lack of leadership showed through the fears of big changes and empty promises. the negative impacts were felt up until my last day of work. it is understandable, that during this time, many companies and businesses are going through an unprecedented time, but i felt that as an employee, the general quality of my well being of myself and my safety was not prioritized even before the fact that the day to day work was beginning to slow down. i understand this time is difficult for employers to keep workers busy, however, i don't believe that termination of workers should be one of the first procedure in place to resolve an issue that may have many other resolutions that benefit both employee and employer.

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